This is an advanced level immunology subject. This subject considers immune responses at the molecular level and covers the role of immuno receptors on immune cells in the initiation of immune responses, role of cytokines, cell signalling pathways and various steps involved in the generation of immune responses at the cellular level in a mammalian host. The two clinical application modules consider transplantation immunology and monoclonal antibody technology.
School of Biomedical Sciences
BMS308 Immunology or equivalent
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